BreezeComfort Helps Bring Boobies Back

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August 25, 2010 – BreezeComfort has teamed up with nonprofit My Hope Chest to support uninsured women battling breast cancer. The lingerie brand will donate 50% of proceeds from each sale made on during the month of October to My Hope Chest, the only nonprofit helping breast cancer survivors without insurance afford reconstructive surgery. BreezeComfort is ready to give every woman confidence – whether it be through lingerie or the final step in their battle with a fatal disease.

As a company devoted to creating comfortable, breathable bras for women of all sizes, giving back during Breast Cancer Awareness Month was a natural fit. BreezeComfort hopes that through sales online they will be able to make a difference in the lives of heroic women everywhere who have battled breast cancer.

About BreezeComfort
Breeze Comfort ( was founded by a team of women’s wear experts with over 40 years of experience in the designing, manufacturing and distributing of both national and private branded women’s intimate apparel for leading retailers in the United States, Canada and Europe. Their goal is to provide women with a product that offers the ultimate comfort and support for their active lifestyles.

Breeze Comfort padded bras and sports bras are the most breathable padded bras and sports bras on the market. They have created the world’s first revolutionary ventilated padded bra and sports bra, which offers a combination of appearance, comfort, breathability and support. Patented perforated bra pads with pores (Ventipad) facilitate air circulation to the breast area. Traditional padded bras prevent the evaporation of perspiration, causing discomfort, rashes and acne. The Ventipad has perforations throughout the padding, which allows the passage of air through the bra pads to the breast area so that perspiration evaporates more quickly. This exciting bra pad advancement will change the way padded bras are made in the future.

About My Hope Chest
As the only nonprofit of its kind, My Hope Chest ( funding for breast reconstruction surgery to women who have survived breast cancer but are lacking insurance or the financial means to gain their desired reconstruction. My Hope Chest raises public awareness about breast reconstruction, works to implement legislation that will require insurance companies to pay for mammograms or MRI’s for all women beginning at age 35 – and for women 30 years old with a family history of the disease, and focuses on the importance of self-exam from an early age.

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